Middle School
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Aesop's Fables: Story Cards
Stories for reading and retelling.
All Around America
Take your students on a trip all around America, visiting 18 famous sites.

American Holidays
Exploring cultural traditions, customs and backgrounds
A To Z Picture Activities for Literacy
Phonics And Vocabulary for Emerging Readers


Bumper Sticker
Witty, Thought-Provoking Sayings from North American Highways
to think, talk, and write about.


Celebrating American Heroes
13 brief plays to be read aloud dramatically. In each play there are a few main characters and a chorus.
Coloring in English
A Vocabulary Builder for Beginners

Conversation Inspirations
A quick easy resource with over 2000 conversation topics

Conversation Strategies
Pair and group activities for developing communicative competence at the intermediate level

Dictations Riddles
Why use dictations? Students generally enjoy them, and they use a wide range of language skills in taking the dictation, checking their work, and then discussing the topic. Why use riddles? Because they are a fun challenge and call on the learners' language skills and general knowledge.

Do As I Say
Each activity is based on a highly predictable series of steps, called a Sequence. There are three types: Operations, Procedures, and Rituals.
Dragons without Eyes
These 25 tales will entertain, amuse, and instruct people of all ages. The characters and stories from ancient China offer interesting insights into the culture of a nation that is fast becoming a major player on the world's stage

English Interplay
Fun, interactive basic lessons for adult beginners, skills needed for surviving
For Gold and Blood
Part of the Hopes and Dreams series based on the experiences of Chinese-American immigrants and their contributions to the creation of a Multicultural America.
From Sound to Sentence
This book is for learners who have some familiarity with spoken English, but little skill as readers or writers. It can also be useful as a remedial text for learners who are struggling with English spelling.
Go Fish
Go Fish is not just a card game. It is a collection of 86 pairs of brightly colored vocabulary cards showing pictures of things you would find in a home, from knife, fork, and spoon to wastebasket, desk, and computer.

Got It! is the latest in Pro Lingua's collection of language learning games. It's simple, easy to play, fun , and a learning experience. Similar to the popular game Scattergories, teams compete to come up with a list of words that contains individual words that no other team thought of.


The Great Big Bingo Book
A photocopyable collection of 44 varied, creative, and enjoyable games for all levels

The Great Big Book of Crosswords
A photocopyable collection of 60 crossword puzzles for literacy and ESL students.

Heroes From American History
An intermediate integrated skills reader that includes 16 remarkable stories of men and women who struggled and succeeded - includes a variety of engaging activities.

How & Why Folktales
12 Classic folktales for reading and retelling.
Hungry No More
Part of the Hopes and Dreams series based on the experiences of Irish-American immigrants, who fled the Irish potato famine, and their contributions to the creation of a Multicultural America in Boston.

This collection of improvisations is designed to bridge the gap between the classroom and the street.

Index Card Games for ESL
For upper elementary and middle school, Easy to prepare student centered games at the elementary, intermediate and advanced levels

Index Card Games for French
6 games for building vocabulary,
sentence structure, and conversation

Index Card Games for Spanish
Revised in 1998, with elementary,
intermediate and advanced games
in Spanish




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